Chaise Lounge

105 Queen Street
Melbourne 3000

(03) 9670 6120

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Award winning basement bar on Queen Street where the outlandishly brilliant cocktails perfectly compliment an eclectic clientele and extraordinary decor. ...
Laid-back Mondays, wine tastings on Tuesdays, live Jazz Wednesday, cocktails on Thursday, DJ on Friday and disco on Saturday this ...
Michelle Johnson, Epicure
This office-worker favourite offers something unique each night.
2006, Frommers Australia
Any semblance of barroom normality breaks down at this chic boudoir-style place featuring lipstick-colored walls, a bust of a Roman ...
Indicative of the hip trend in inner Melbourne is Chaise Lounge; a low-lit, retro hideaway that is an 'underground' club ...
I. Gilbert, Bar Secrets Melbourne
It's a jumble of boudoir chic and Melbourne kitsch - and it works, whether you're looking to exorcise the evils ...
Low-lit and eclectic within, this bar has a split personality and plenty of events. Wine tastings, DJs, live funk sessions ...
Simon Woodhouse,
The Chaise Lounge is one of Melbourne's more opulently styled basement bars, its closest cousin probably being Arthur's. It's more ...
Dimly lit, cosy and very relaxed atmosphere with prompt friendly service. No attitude. Vinyl records playing cool/hip grooves. Baroque furniture, ...
With decorations that would suit any monarch, Chaise Lounge couldn't be located in a more appropriately named street.

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